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Subject: Binoculars
From: Ross monks <>
Date: Mon, 30 May 2011 13:14:31 +1000
I bought the Nikon Monach X 8.5x42. The X series are awesome and to me compare 
favorably with the very top end. The only gripe is the lens covers are 
insecure, I can live with that as everything else is very robust and optically 
excellent. B & H in the states had them to me in 3 days!

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